Sliding thin slab, minimum intensity projection of the lung in asymptomatic subjects: lower limits of lung attenuation, without airways


A sliding thin slab, minimum intensity projection (STS-MinIP) is considered to be useful for detecting diseases that decrease lung attenuation. For evaluating these diseases, it would be useful to ascertain the lower limits of normal lung attenuation, allowing a division between normal and subnormal attenuation. However, normal lung attenuation may vary… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s11604-005-1476-6

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